See more Tampax items: American
ad from August 1965 - nudity in an ad: May 1992 (United Kingdom) - a sign
advertising Tampax during World War II - the original patent
- an instruction sheet from the 1930s
See a Modess True or False? ad in The American
Girl magazine, January 1947, and actress Carol Lynley
in "How Shall I Tell My Daughter" booklet ad (1955) - Modess . . . . because ads (many dates).
Tampax menstrual tampon inter-office memo with attached ads, U.S.A.,
'Teen magazine ad, January 1964
Tambrands, the former maker of Tampax, generously
gave this memo and its attachments to this museum.
Below: The January 1964 ad in 'Teen magazine
is still attached to the Tampax memo. I cyber-chopped
off the right 2/3 of the page to save space. The ad side of the page (to
the vertical line) measures about 3 x 11" (7.6 x 27.9 cm). See more
white in menstrual ads - here,
The stain and punched holes came with the Tampax donation.